Good Morning Grapefruit Tea

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Black Fruit Blend
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  • “I thought I would start with this one today, since it has a name like ‘Good Morning.’ I thought it was pretty obvious. I’ve seen a bunch of grapefruit flavoured teas about on Steepster but I’ve...” Read full tasting note
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From Jenier World of Teas

The blend of grapefruit with our high grown Ceylon tea creates and amazing alternative breakfast tea. The bittersweet character of the grapefruit complements the piquant Ceylon tea flavour. Brewed hot or cold, a pinch of sugar helps the flavour open right up but is delicious either way.

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I thought I would start with this one today, since it has a name like ‘Good Morning.’ I thought it was pretty obvious.

I’ve seen a bunch of grapefruit flavoured teas about on Steepster but I’ve never had one myself before. Wait, I tell a lie! I’ve had some which was flavoured with grapefruit AND other things, but never one that was grapefruit on its own before.

The aroma is strong and citrus-y. Unlike the tea from Jenier I had yesterday, which was quite mild all-round, this one is very strong. It’s a creamy and very grapefruit-y beast we have here. It has safflower petals in it, which I believe is one of those flowers that haven’t got much in the way of flavour, but provides this sort of creamyness. It rather reminds me a bit of Girlie Grey from Jeeves and Jericho.

The same notes are also strongly present in the flavour. The base, just like the one I had yesterday, is once again a relatively astringent Ceylon. This is definitely a grapefruit tea, but it feels like quite a basic one.

I’m beginning to suspect that this company might be a little Adagio-y. Great selection, excellent place to start for beginners, but people with more experience and a more well-developed idea of what they like would probably want to explore a bit more in order to find their perfect versions. But yeah, seems like an excellent spring-board into the wider world of tea, if you know what I mean.

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